SaperliPOPette ! Crochet this boxy sweater in ANY size using ANY yarn

Filed under: chezPlum Patterns,Crochet — May 1, 2016 @ 11:12 am


Do you love to crochet sweaters ? or maybe you’re thinking of enhancing your crochet skills and trying to make your first sweater ?

But sometimes following a pattern and counting your stitches gets so boooring

or finding the “right yarn” matching gauge is a pain

or maybe the pattern you like doesn’t come in the right size ..?

maria3 New2b Maud1 (Mobile)

This is where SaperliPOPette! comes right in: SO much more than a simple crochet pattern, this simple and innovative method allows you to crochet a POP boxy/oversized sweater to fit YOUR body perfectly !

  • Use virtually ANY YARN (haven’t tried the extremes of fingering weight or super bulky.. but feel free to experiment)
  • Make it in ANY SIZE from kids sizes to women’s sizes XS to L-XL
  • Plus sizes should work too, but final look may be slightly different (placement of sleeves, look of lower body)

And the best part ? No complicated math, only one arm measurement is needed…
All the “hard” work will be done by trying it on yourself often. :-)

Get this pattern now  on ETSYRAVELRYCRAFTSY !

  New7crop Maud4 Trish4

– This sweater is meant to be oversized and slighlty cropped.
– Worked top-down in one piece, you’ll be able to customize it to your own requirements and make it longer if desired.
– Features pretty Puffs along shoulders, and on bottom of body and 3/4 sleeves.
– Pattern is 14 pages long with tons of step-by-step pictures, charts and shematics
– US crochet terms used, with UK equivelents given

Get this pattern now  on ETSYRAVELRYCRAFTSY !

This pattern/system/recipe was thoroughly tested by many testers (special thks to Maria & Trish for their pretty photos used here)



Yes, I’d love to hear about Sylvie Damey’s next articles & patterns !

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